It was on a hot afternoon of a mundane weekend, I was at Subang Jaya’s SS15 area, one that’s ever notorious for finding parking spaces as the chance of finding one is almost as good (or bad) as hoping for a good drop in an RPG game.
I did get myself a parking spot soon enough and I certainly wish that was my luck on MMO RPG games but well, this is buurps so let’s go about with the nom nom matters. It was a hot afternoon and I was hungry, and as always being very buurpsy I decided to try out restaurants that I’ve never been to and JoJo was the lucky restaurant! (Sorry, no prize.)
It was a cozy looking restaurant with seats available out in the open al-fresco and also within the air conditioned confines of the glass structure.
Jojo has quite some dishes available in the menu and so I tried Fried Pork Pan Mee! (Read : NOT HALAL!)
The dish was prepared and served to us within 10 minutes and it sure was tasty. I like the bouncy texture of the noodle, just perfect for the dish that’s accompanied with fried pork and dried anchovies. What’s more important was that the sauce used for the noodle has just the right amount of sweetness.
The Jojo Little Kitchen here is located in Subang Jaya, they do have many outlets across Klang Valley should you need your dose of pan mee.